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See Comedy Duo's Music Video on Line-Cutting, the Scourge of City Rudeness

By Angely Mercado | July 6, 2016 1:30pm
 The duo behind Bobo Touch pose in Brooklyn.
The duo behind Bobo Touch pose in Brooklyn.
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Bobo Touch/ Mike Rizzo

Bay Ridge natives Mike Rizzo and Brian Bonz, otherwise known as comedy duo Bobo Touch, have a message for tourists and New Yorkers who don't know how to wait their turn: respect the line.

Lines are just a reality when it comes to living or visiting New York City. There are lines to refill MetroCards, lines for food carts, for rainbow bagels, for bathrooms, and to get into bars. 

Their video highlights these common line-cutting situations and the ways in which others can thwart them, including crowd-surfing a rude person to the back of a line.

And this isn't the first of Bobo Touch's efforts to encourage more courteous behavior in New Yorkers. Last year they produced a song about letting people off the subway before getting on, and a song about not texting while you walk.

Watch the video here: